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SARC Annual Meeting and SARC-BARINet Workshop

Inlägg av Internationalisering, Akademi, Innovair, Övrigt

Now SARC Annual Meeting and SARC-BARINet Workshop are open for registration.

SARC Annual Meeting will be held online on Nov. 13, 2020, 09:00-12:00.
For registration and programme visit the website here.

SARC-BARINet Workshop will be held online on Nov. 12, 2020, 13:00-17:00, and Nov. 13, 13:00-16:00.
For registration and programme visit the website here.

Sincerely
SARC

Saab received Innovation Award from Airbus

Inlägg av Multi use, Internationalisering, Innovair, Saab Aeronautics, Vinnova, Övrigt

Saab has received an Innovation Award from Airbus in recognition of its Overheat Detection System (OHDS) which was selected for the Airbus A350. The system consists of a fiber optic sensing line placed near the engines and bleed air ducts and includes optical integrators and processing hardware and software for collecting data and control.

The OHDS system was originally developed as part of the Gripen program and is now being further developed in international programmes also for other applications like fire warnings.

Read more on Saab website: Saab website and in an article in Professional Pilot Magazine

UK-Sweden Aerospace Call 2020 – projects funded

Inlägg av Internationalisering, Innovair, GKN Aerospace, Saab Aeronautics, Vinnova

The projects resulting from the UK-Sweden joint Aerospace Call 2020 are listed below:

Collaborative projects in aeronautics funded through the Innovair/ATI call:

FIBRESENSE
FibreSense is a collaborative research led by Rolls-Royce with Saab as the key collaborator. The project will develop on-engine sensing capability using novel fibre-optic technologies, enabling much higher resolution data compared to present technologies. It will significantly improve engine diagnostics, improving aircraft availability.

COMPASS
The COMPASS project will develop a new lightweight, energy efficient and cost-efficient solution for communication sensors and is a collaboration between Microchip and the Compound Semiconductor Catapult in the UK and Saab in Sweden. Small, lightweight sensors at lower cost could enable wide spread adoption of detect and avoid radars and imaging landing radars for all weather landings for commercial airplanes, resulting in safer flights and reduced energy consumption.

DEMAND-REPAIR
The DEMAND-REPAIR project will be led by GKN Sweden and will involve Sweden’s University West in Trollhättan and Phoenix scientific and TWI in the UK. The project will explore novel advanced manufacturing technologies and innovative titanium powders to repair the next generation of aero-engine components. Using these techniques to repair components will create drastic improvements to the sustainability of the industry, reducing raw material requirements and manufacturing efficiencies and extending the lifespan and maintenance of aircraft.

SIMLIGHT
The SIMLIGHT project, led by the ESI Group in Sweden and including Saab and the International technegroup in the UK will study the computational electromagnetic (CEM) simulation of the effects of lightning strikes on the fully connected aircraft. The project will enable design optimisation and reduced size, weight and increased efficiency of airborne electronics, as well as optimising electromagnetic compatibility and interference, improving the operational performance of aircraft and on board experience for passengers.

Open VISTA
The open Vista project is led by Saab in Sweden with GE Cheltenham as collaborators.  The project will evaluate the integration of Saab’s 3-D Terrain database and 3-D Synthetic Vision System into GE’s Open Flight Deck Architecture for both the commercial and military aerospace market. The project will significantly improve advanced avionics systems and flight decks, including applications for Synthetic Vision Systems (SVS), Terrain Awareness Warning Systems (TAWS) and digital moving maps. The technology will be an enabler to accelerating the progression of cockpit avionics and therefore safer operations. Additionally, such technology is likely to benefit the airlines in operations and therefore lower fuel burn by optimising approach paths into airports.

AMASING IMC
The project, led by Renishaw in the UK and with GKN Sweden as partners will help develop the technology required to build large structures in a laser powder bed fusion machine, making it possible to produce larger components at a higher deposition rate. This will enable mass savings to be made for future generations of parts and also whole-life emissions and cost savings.

Collaborative project in aeronautics funded through Vinnova/ ATI:

HEPBAS
This project is led by Electroflight in the UK, with Baines Simmons and Sweden’s Heart Aerospace and research institute RISE as collaborators. It will research, develop, and ground test an innovative prototype high-energy propulsion battery system for electric aircraft. This will help to accelerate the transition of short-haul air travel to electric propulsion.

 

Airbus presenterar konceptflygplan baserade på vätgasdrift

Inlägg av Internationalisering, Innovair, GKN Aerospace, Saab Aeronautics, Vinnova, Övrigt

Airbus har 21 september presenterat tre konceptflygplan baserade på vätgasdrift:
“ZEROe” – for a first climate neutral zero-emission commercial aircraft.

Läs mera på denna länk:  Airbus reveals new zeroemission concept aircraft
och se en video från presskonferensen 21 September (inkl. frågestund) via denna LÄNK.

Läs också studien Hydrogen Powered Aviation som presenterades våren 2020.
Den kan laddas ner här: Hydrogen Powered Aviation

Clean Aviation – new webpage

Inlägg av Demonstration, Internationalisering, Clean Sky, Innovair, GKN Aerospace, Saab Aeronautics, Vinnova

Clean Aviation has a new webpage.

What is Clean Aviation?

The European aeronautics community is ready and committed to act now to work towards climate-neutral aviation, and simultaneously build crucial industrial leadership for Europe and its citizens.

The goal of the Clean Aviation Partnership is to ensure that technology advancements allow new product developments in aeronautics to deliver maximum progress towards climate neutral aviation, meeting socio-economic expectations and providing benefits for European citizens and businesses.

Read the latest version of the  Strategic research and innovation agenda from Clean Aviation.